Interviews with ChemPubSoc Europe Presidents

  • Author: ChemViews Magazine
  • Published: 21 July 2016
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
  • Associated Societies: ChemPubSoc Europe
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In this series of interviews, presidents of the national societies of ChemPubSoc Europe talk about their society, personal motivation, and plans for the future.

 

List of interviews published so far

Gilberte Chambaud-Debrabant

France

The Strength of Chemistry in France
G. Chambaud-Debrabant, President of the French Chemical Society, about the society's activities, its challenges, and the place of chemists in modern society
July 2017

Livia Sarkadi

Hungary

First Female President of the Hungarian Chemical Society
Newly re-elected President, Livia Sarkadi, about chemistry in Hungary, her experience in societal work, and women in chemistry

August 2015

J.-W. Toering

The Netherlands

Engaging a New Generation of Chemists
J.-W. Toering, Director of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society, talks about his motivation, the Society's challenges, his future plans for it

March 2015

Herbert Ipser

Austria

Our Standard Of Living Is Due To The Achievements of Chemistry
Herbert Ipser, President of the Austrian Chemical Society, on the importance of chemical societies and the situation in Austria

August 2015

Thomas Geelhaar
Germany

Make Chemistry More Attractive

Dr. Thomas Geelhaar, the new President of the GDCh, will focus on working towards better acceptance of chemistry in society

May 2014

E. Peter Kündig

Switzerland

E. Peter Kündig: Chemistry in Switzerland
The President of the Swiss Chemical Society talks about their program of reform and the fascination of discovery 

January 2014

Vincenzo Barone

Italy

New SCI President — Interview with Vincenzo Barone
Vincenzo Barone, the new president of the Società Chimica Italiana (SCI), talks about the SCI, IYC 2011, politics, young chemists

February 2011

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